Your Legal Partner Through the Process
At any scale, real estate development is a multi-faceted undertaking that requires an experienced, disciplined legal partner focused on the developer’s goals. Moye White’s real estate attorneys leverage their experience to guide you through the real estate development life cycle, identifying and resolving potential issues effectively and efficiently.
We help developers of all sizes acquire land, develop, build, lease, and manage projects. Our experience includes driving the development of millions of square feet of industrial buildings. In these complex projects, methodically moving through construction contracts, development management agreements, and other transactions is essential to staying on schedule. We’ll establish property management agreements as you near completion and negotiate leases to ensure the asset is readily and easily marketable to a third party, with no outstanding issues that could get in the way of sale.
We also specialize in master planned communities and condominiums, as well as multifamily, residential and mixed-use developments. In these projects, we’ll create declarations, protective covenants, subdivision improvement agreements, and other contracts you need. We’ll work with municipalities to facilitate intergovernmental agreements. Our team keeps abreast of recent changes in Colorado law to help clients navigate shifts in condominium conversion or construction processes.
Financing is the foundation of any development project. Our attorneys are highly skilled in all aspects of equity financing, HUD, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, conventional loan, C-PACE financing, and REITs.
The services we offer to commercial real estate developers include:
- Acquisition and disposition
- Construction contracts
- Declarations and protective covenants
- Development agreements
- Development management agreements
- Easement agreements
- Intergovernmental agreements
- Party wall agreements
- Property management agreements
- Subdivision improvement agreements
- Zoning and land use